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Dr Natalia Isachenkova

PhD
Senior Lecturer
Accounting, Finance and Informatics

KHBS311 Kingston Business School
Kingston University
Kingston Hill
Kingston Upon Thames
Surrey
KT2 7LB

Phone:
020 8417 9000 Ext: 65206
N.Isachenkova@kingston.ac.uk

Biography

Natalia Isachenkova is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Accounting & Finance. Natalia received her PhD in Financial Economics from Brunel University (UK) in 2004. She also holds a Candidate of Sciences Degree in Economics from the Moscow Aviation Institute (Russia). Prior to entering the doctoral programme at Brunel, she was a Docent in the Faculty of Economics and Engineering Management at the Moscow Aviation Institute. Her academic experience also includes employment with the ESRC Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge, working on a project which looked at small business survival.

Expertise

Grant awarded: ECU37,000, EU Tacis ACE Programme 1995 Scholarship, October 1996.

Research Interest(s)

Natalia\'s research interests are in the areas of corporate finance and economics of transition, including risk of company insolvency, firm exit, corporate governance and financing choices of firms, and, most recently, effects of manager\'s human capital on survival of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Natalia\'s research has appeared in the Journal of Policy Modeling, Economics of Transition, and Emerging Markets Finance and Trade.

Teaching

At Kingston, Natalia teaches courses in finance and financial management.

Recent Publications

Number of items: 18.

Article

Favato, G, Cottingham, J A and Isachenkova, N (2015) Blending scenarios into real options: relevance of the pay-off method to management investment decisions. Journal of Finance and Accounting, 3(2), pp. 12-17. ISSN (print) 2333-8849

Commander, Simon, Isachenkova, Natalia and Rodionova, Yulia (2013) Informal employment dynamics in Ukraine: an analytical model of informality in transition economies. International Labour Review, 152(3-4), pp. 445-467. ISSN (print) 0020-7780

Isachenkova, Natalia, Mickiewicz, T. and Filatotchev, I. (2007) Corporate governance and investment finance in transition economies: a survey evidence from large firms in Hungary and Poland. Economics of Transition, 15(3), pp. 433-460. ISSN (print) 0967-0750

Filatotchev, Igor, Isachenkova, Natalia and Mickiewicz, Tomasz (2007) Corporate governance, managers' independence, exporting and performance of firms in transition economies. Emerging Markets Finance & Trade, 43(5), pp. 62-77. ISSN (print) 1540-496X

Filatotchev, Igor, Isachenkova, Natalia and Mickiewicz, Tomasz (2007) Ownership structure and investment finance in transition economies: a survey of evidence from large firms in Hungary and Poland. Economics of Transition, 15(3), pp. 433-460. ISSN (print) 0967-0750

Hunter, John and Isachenkova, Natalia (2006) Aggregate economy risk and company failure: an examination of UK quoted firms in the early 1990s. Journal of Policy Modeling, 28(8), pp. 911-919. ISSN (online) 0161-8938

Hunter, John and Isachenkova, Natalia (2001) Failure risk: a comparative study of UK and Russian firms. Journal of Policy Modeling, 23(5), pp. 511-521. ISSN (online) 0161-8938

Conference or Workshop Item

Isachenkova, Natalia and Rodionova, Yulia (2010) Financing choices: a study of entrepreneurial firms in high-tech industries. In: Emerging Issues in Business and Law; 22 Jun 2010, Kingston upon Thames, U.K..

Commander, Simon, Isachenkova, Natalia and Radionova, Yulia (2010) A model of the informal economy with an application to Ukraine. In: Allied Social Science Associations meeting; 02 - 05 Jan 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Isachenkova, Natalia (2009) Managers' growth intentions and actual growth in UK small companies. In: 2009 Academy of Management Annual Meeting: Green Management Matters; 7-11 Aug 2009, Chicago, USA.

Commander, Simon, Isachenkova, Natalia and Rodionova, Yulia (2009) A model of the informal economy with an application to Ukraine. In: The IZA/Volkswagen Foundation Topic Week: The Political Economy of Labor Market Reform in Transition and Emerging Economies; 7-10 Oct 2009, Bonn, Germany.

Isachenkova, Natalia and Weeks, Melvyn (2008) Managers, insolvency risk, and acquisition likelihood: an empirical analysis of UK small companies. In: 2008 Academy of Management Annual Meeting: The Questions We Ask; 8-13 Aug 2008, Anaheim, CA, USA.

Isachenkova, Natalia and Weeks, M. (2008) Small firms insolvency and acquisition: the impact of managerial characteristics. In: 31st Annual Congress of the European Accounting Association (EAA); 23-25 Apr 2008, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Commander, Simon, Isachenkova, Natalia and Rodionova, Yulia (2008) A model of the informal economy with an application to Ukraine. In: 10th European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES) Conference: Patterns of Transition and New Approaches to Comparative Economics; 28-30 Aug 2008, Moscow, Russia.

Hunter, John and Isachenkova, Natalia (2005) Aggregate economy risk and company failure: an examination of UK quoted firms in the early 1990s. In: 4th Annual Meeting of the European Economics and Finance Society: Economic and Financial Issues in an Enlarged Europe; 19 - 22 May 2005, Coimbra, Portugal. ISSN (print) 0161-8938

Filatotchev, Igor, Isachenkova, Natalia and Mickiewicz, Tomasz (2005) Corporate governance, exporting and performance of firms in transition economies. In: 65th Academy of Marketing Annual Meeting: A New Vision of Management in the 21st Century; 05 - 10 Aug 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Monograph

Isachenkova, Natalia and Weeks, Melvyn (2009) Acquisition, insolvency and managers in UK small companies. (Working Paper) Cambridge, U.K. : University of Cambridge.

Isachenkova, Natalia and Weeks, Melvyn (2008) Acquisition, insolvency and managers in UK small companies. (Working Paper) Cambridge, U.K. : University of Cambridge. 45 p.

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